Altjan luontopolku ja kulttuurihistoriallinen polku (~ 3 km)
The signs (white stripes on the tree trunks) start after you gave crossed the river at Altja Point. The walk takes you through forests, turns off into the beach and comes back through the forests. The length of the walk is 3 km; it gives you an overview of one seaside village, and of seafaring on these coasts. On Altja Point you can take a look at the museum of erratic stones (a stand and stones marked with numbers); during the walk through the forest you can take notice of various plants growing in the pine forest and on the beach. There is a small grove of old black alders in the valley of the Altja River.
Beaver rout of Oandu-Altja (~ 1 km)
The river of Altja with its clear water and many rapids is among the most beautiful ones in northern Estonia.
Võsu – Oandu walk (~ 9,5 km)
In addition to walking (red line on the map) it is also suitable for bikes (blue line on the map); there are signs in the bifurcation points.
Walk in Oandu natural forest (~ 4,7 km)
The walk in nature has 19 observation points. The wet places on the path are paved with planks.
Nature and culture walk in Altja (~ 3 km)
The walk takes you through forests, turns off into the beach and comes back through the forests. It gives you an overview of one seaside village, and of seafaring on these coasts.